Man Loses $6,500 To Scammers And Chase Bank Wouldn't Cover Him, Until CBS 2 Stepped InA CBS 2 viewer told us his $6,500 savings went poof – gone. The father of four reached out to us when the bank refused to put the money back. But that all changed after the CBS 2 Morning Insiders got involved.
29-Year-Old Man Shot In Evanston
Car Crashes Into Pond In AuroraA driver crashed into a pond in Aurora overnight. 
Chicago Weather: Mostly Cloudy, Flurries PossibleA cold start to the work week. 
Chicagoan David Kronfeld Shares Advice To Career Success In New BookFor more than 40 years, Chicagoan David Kronfeld has had an incredibly successful career in business. now the venture capital investor and founder of JK&B Capital, is sharing his knowledge about business, in his new book titled, "Remarkable- Proven insights to accelerate your career."
AAA Provides Best And Worst Times For Post-Holiday TravelWith the Thanksgiving holiday now over, AAA advises those who are traveling back to hit the road, sooner rather than later.
'The WasteShed' Art Store, Selling Recycled Supplies For Less, Opens Second Location In EvanstonArt supplies at an affordable price and it helps protect the environment.
Man Robbed And Shot In South AustinA man was robbed and shot in the South Austin neighborhood Friday.
Police: CTA Bus Driver Stabbed In Hand After Confronting Man Who Pickpocketed Woman In Old TownA Chicago Transit Authority bus driver was stabbed in the hand after he confronted a man who had just pickpocketed a woman in Old Town Friday night, police said.
After 2 Long Years, Crowds Of Shoppers Downtown Are Thrilled To Be Out And About Again This Black FridayHoliday crowds flooded downtown Chicago all day and into the night this Black Friday – in a way we haven’t seen in two years.
President Biden Restricts Travel From South Africa and 7 Other African Countries Due To New COVID Variant; Cook County Health Official Says New Variant Wasn't A ShockStarting Monday, the U.S. will restrict travel from South Africa and seven other African countries. Officials say it's a decision made out of an abundance of caution, but the concern is real.